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She said it hightailed it to the nearest crack behind the seat. So capture by hand or driving it out could be problematic, there are so many tiny places. 

I know how to lasso lizards but if it's in a crack, that won't work.

Thanks!
Linda
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On Dec 19, 2013, at 7:16 AM, Michael Rothman wrote:

Perhaps a butterfly net, then quick release or a Deb Haines said, just open the doors and scare it into moving towards the large opening you just created.

Mike Rothman


On Dec 19, 2013, at 8:30 AM, Linda Feltner <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

I have a friend who has a native gecko jump out of a rug, going to the dump, and now it's in her car. How can she capture it unharmed?

Once we had a neighbor who trapped a baby gopher snake on one of those sticky strips he had put down for mice. Ben went over when he called, and they released it by using PAM cooking spray.

Any other solutions? 

Poor gecko
Linda
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P.O. Box 325
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